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JerkyChew

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Hi,

I'm running KMS 6.1.2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4. I'm running into an issue where the timestamps on the logs in the KMS admin are five hours ahead - In other words, I send an email at 8:30 AM, but it's showing up in the mail logs as being sent at 1:30 PM. The time settings on the server are correct, and I can't find anywhere in the KMS admin to change this setting.

How can I fix this?

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winkelman

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Is the Time Zone correctly configured on the server?
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JerkyChew

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I just ran timeconfig on the server, and as far as Red Hat is concerned, it's EST. Is there a setting in Kerio that I can't seem to find? I searched the docs and can't find anything.
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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There is no "setting" that Kerio uses to time stamp the logs, it simply uses the time from the operating system. Open a terminal session and run the 'date' command, for example:

server1 [/etc]# date
Tue Feb 21 14:35:02 PST 2006

Please provide the output of the date command on your server

[Updated on: Tue, 21 February 2006 23:45]


Kevin Trumbull
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JerkyChew

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Hi,

That doesn't seem to be it. The date is correct:

[root<_at_>mycomputer ~]# date
Tue Feb 21 17:51:48 EST 2006
[root<_at_>mycomputer ~]#

Any other ideas?
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Copy something out of your log that you know is from within the past 5 minutes and paste that here.

The easiest way to produce something in your log is to login to the Webmail interface, but provide the wrong password for a user. Then check your warning log, and paste the output from the "Invalid password for user..." line.

Also I would like to verify, you are running the date command from the Kerio MailServer machine, correct?

Kevin Trumbull
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JerkyChew

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Hi,

I stopped and started the keriomailserver service yesterday for another issue, and it looks like the timestamps are now working. Thanks for the help.

Matt
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